Randy Arnold has over 35 years of professional experience as a biologist. He has spent the last 30+ years conducting biological studies in Southern California. Mr. Arnold has participated in botanical studies, wildlife habitat analyses, and threatened and endangered species surveys in California and other west coast areas including Alaska, Washington, and Nevada.
Ryan Hunter graduated with a BA in Environmental Studies from California State University San Bernardino. The Environmental Studies program is a multidisciplinary program that is extremely broad and has many different disciplines such as geology, biology, hydrology and geography. Ryan has been studying Southern California flora and fauna for approximately 10 years and has applied his studies in the conservation of desert wildlife.
I graduated California State University, Long Beach with a B.S degree in Biology with an emphasis in Organismal Biology. I’m a wildlife enthusiast, and I plan on going for my graduate degree in a field related to zoology in order to help conserve species and their habitats. I also spend a lot of time volunteering at non-profit organizations with duties including animal care, wildlife and botanical surveys, habitat restoration, and public education.